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May 9th, 2017, 08:41 PM   #11
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Just to be clear, I'm not trying to troll.
I'm trying to see if there's any connection to what I understand about how we can define sequences of infinitely repeating digits & mapping them to $N$

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Maybe not crazy.. But what's your point? You are crossing philosophical ideas with mathematical ones. I can't read your post and make any sense of what you are trying to say... Maybe that's just me.

My point is that is applicable with the intuition Zylo is using, but only in that special space type, not dimensional space. I went into detail to see if it made sense, I guess not.

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~~~~~~Crazy Zone~~~~~~ //since we're already there.
Be honest with yourself: why are you so compelled to do this? I am not looking for you to answer me. I want you to think that through for yourself.

You have started to become very creative, you're clearly working extremely hard at this, and I firmly believe that you are intelligent.

This has also got to be stressful, and stress is very powerful. It may be helpful if not necessary to do what you absolutely do not want to do: take a break from this. Let it go. Focus on friends, family, getting some exercise, and having some fun away from mathematics. Seriously.

If you continue to let this stuff consume you, then I fear you are in for some very difficult times. This is a path that can lead to mania, delusions of grandeur, and even psychosis. It is not a laughing matter. You are at especially high risk if you are smoking pot or doing any other type of drugs right now, if you have other significant sources of stress in your life, or if you are failing to eat properly and get enough rest as you grind away at this problem.

There is a silver lining. Cantor's Theorem has stood the test of time, and it will be here for years to come if you (zylo) are truly the one destined to disprove it. There's no need to rush. Relax, and you'll do just fine.
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You are at especially high risk if you are smoking pot or doing any other type of drugs right now,
This.
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if you (zylo) are truly the one destined to disprove it. There's no need to rush. Relax, and you'll do just fine.
He's going to have to learn what a natural number is first.
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May 10th, 2017, 02:57 AM   #15
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I just want to see if that fractal curve thing can be applied in the way I'm thinking. The "conjecture space" has existed, for me, for a little while. Only until this thread did I think had relevant conversation piece to that idea.

I know my route to go about this whole cantor thing, and again, I'm not interested in it. Just gotta exercise this new information.

You're right about a lot... but, desperate times, desperate measures. I'll try to balance life the best I can.

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